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11th May '16 6:18:23 AM jormis29
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* Related to this trope, {{Exalted}} has an inherent metaphysical bond between two player character types. While it was meant by the divinities who put it in place to be the stuff of eternal romances and battle-forged friendships, the nature of the bond between the Solar and the Lunar Exalted has the potential for great abuse, both within the world and with [[MindRape certain magical abilities]] the Solars possess that can subjugate their Lunar Mate even more. There is a reason, after all, one Solar charm was dubbed the Lunar-taming Leash.

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* Related to this trope, {{Exalted}} ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' has an inherent metaphysical bond between two player character types. While it was meant by the divinities who put it in place to be the stuff of eternal romances and battle-forged friendships, the nature of the bond between the Solar and the Lunar Exalted has the potential for great abuse, both within the world and with [[MindRape certain magical abilities]] the Solars possess that can subjugate their Lunar Mate even more. There is a reason, after all, one Solar charm was dubbed the Lunar-taming Leash.
5th May '16 7:20:23 PM aye_amber
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* The song "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Y05TDInaeU&feature=BFa&list=FLO3B8jJIiCAI&index=2 Indiscriminate Murder Is Counter-Productive]]" by MachinaeSupremacy.

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* The song "[[http://www."[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Y05TDInaeU&feature=BFa&list=FLO3B8jJIiCAI&index=2 com/watch?v=8Y05TDInaeU Indiscriminate Murder Is is Counter-Productive]]" by MachinaeSupremacy.Music/MachinaeSupremacy.



17th Apr '16 8:53:15 AM TheRazgar
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!!In Other Forms Of Media

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!!In Other Forms Of Media
Fiction
17th Apr '16 8:52:38 AM TheRazgar
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!!In Fiction

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!!In Fiction
Other Forms Of Media
4th Apr '16 11:52:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Spaced}}'' mentioned this in an episode where Tim is playing ''VideoGame/TombRaider''. When Brian notes that Lara Croft is drowning and asks if that's the point, Tim replies that it "Depends what kind of mood you're in."

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* ''{{Spaced}}'' ''Series/{{Spaced}}'' mentioned this in an episode where Tim is playing ''VideoGame/TombRaider''. When Brian notes that Lara Croft is drowning and asks if that's the point, Tim replies that it "Depends what kind of mood you're in."
17th Mar '16 4:41:37 AM CommanderPeepidot
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* Eliana Harrison of ''Webcomic/{{EverSoSlightly}}'' enjoys letting her "[[BuffySpeak asshole-ery]]'' shine while playing games with multiple endings, implying that she invokes this trope by seeking out the bad endings.
28th Feb '16 2:23:19 PM nighttrainfm
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'''Tim''': It depends what mood you're in really.

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'''Tim''': It depends what mood you're in in, really.
26th Feb '16 1:48:00 PM thatmadork
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->''"One thing's for sure: if someone's controlling me, he sure has a sick sense of humor."''
-->-- '''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}''', channeling ComicStrip/{{Calvin|And Hobbes}}, ''Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily''

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->''"One thing's for sure: if someone's controlling me, he sure has a sick sense ->'''Brian''': What are you playing?\\
'''Tim''': VideoGame/TombRaiderIII.\\
'''Brian''': ... She's drowning.\\
'''Tim''': Yeah.\\
'''Brian''': Is that the point
of humor."''
the game?\\
'''Tim''': It depends what mood you're in really.
-->-- '''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}''', channeling ComicStrip/{{Calvin|And Hobbes}}, ''Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily''
''Series/{{Spaced}}''
24th Feb '16 3:28:07 AM nighttrainfm
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* ''Series/{{Community}}'' features an episode with Troy and Abed playing a war game that turns out to award points for killing innocent civilians, as they learn when they start playing with a guy who is unbeknownst to them an actual war criminal.

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* ''Series/{{Community}}'' features an ''Series/{{Community}}'':
** One
episode with includes Troy and Abed playing a war game that turns out to award points for killing innocent civilians, as they learn when they start playing with a guy who is unbeknownst (unbeknownst to them them) an actual war criminal.



--->'''Troy''' - What kind of game is this?

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--->'''Troy''' - --->'''Troy:'''...What kind of game is ''is'' this?
20th Jan '16 11:39:24 AM HiddenWindshield
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** Really? You can take all their furniture, replace it with tacky furniture in their hated Interest and even leave them without a place to sleep, eat, or even use the bathroom, and they can't do anything about it or even die a mercy death. Put Goth Boy or Violet into a house made of flowers and rainbows. LightIsNotGood.
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